Definition of Gratulations
1. gratulation [n] - See also: gratulation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gratulations
Literary usage of Gratulations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Rise and Fall of the Slave Power in America by Henry Wilson (1877)
"The country startled. — Seward's speech. — Fremont's withdrawal. — Sum- HIT'S speech. — gratulations of the Southern press. — Vigorous canvass. ..."
2. A Narrative of Major General Wool's Campaign in Mexico: In the Years 1846 by Francis Baylies (1851)
"Shouts and triumphant gratulations followed! Tears started from the eyes of men, and moistened their rough faces, yet black with the smoke of the fight, ..."
3. Correspondence of William Pitt by William Pitt, William Stanhope Taylor, John Henry Pringle (1840)
"I would give this epistle to nothing but auspicious ideas and joyful gratulations ; but, alas! the dire contagion has spread, and the weak state of the ..."
4. Correspondence of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham by William Pitt (1840)
"... and joyful gratulations; but, alas! the dire contagion has spread, and the weak state of the garrison renders the day of our march a little uncertain. ..."
5. The New Universal Biographical Dictionary, and American Remembrancer of ...by James Hardie, A. Citizen by James Hardie, A. Citizen (1805)
"... I receive with great satisfaction, and beg that you will accept a return of my gratulations to you on this auspicious event; an event, in which, ..."